Felipe ESPARZA PÉREZ (1985, Peru) gained his master’s degree in Contemporary Photography at the Centro de la Imagen in Lima in 2016. Two years later, he won Best Film at the National competition of the 2018 Lima Independiente International Film Festival. Esparza Pérez creates dynamic links and tensions between cinema, plastic arts and video creation, exploring themes such as nature, spirituality and its symbolic derivatives, and the relationship between image and time, image and history, and image and truth. His works have been shown both nationally and internationally, including at La Gaîté-Lyrique (Paris), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), Buenos Aires Video Art Festival and IFFR.
(selection, all short) Reconstrucción (2011, doc), Hipersomnia (2012), Nuestro padre (2013), Videonema (2013), Pawqartampu (2014, doc), Espacio sagrado (2015), Cautivos (2015, doc), Soga de meurto (2015, doc), Ave (2016), Chullachaqui y las Vírgenes del Amanecer (2016), Caras (2016, instal), El mesías (2016), Compulsion #1 (2016, instal), Seguimientos (2017, doc), Paralelismo (2017, instal), Laguna negra (2020, doc), The Old Child (2021, doc)